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Countdown 2018

Countdown 2018

OnEurope gives its opinion on the 42 songs competing in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.


Mo’s Eurovision Countdown 2018 – Moldova

DoReDos seem to have been sent to the contest under strict orders to do what Sunstroke Project (inexplicably) did last year. Spoiler alert: they...

Phil’s Eurovision Countdown – Part 13 – Denmark

Ah, Denmark: the country whose Eurovision past is as rich as a full bodied Rioja ... punctured by the abomination that was Emilie De...
Poland at Eurovision

Monty’s Eurovision Countdown Part 32 – POLAND

Light Me Up by Gromee feat. Lukas Meijer I love a good banger at Eurovision, and this year Poland has one on their hands. I...
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Mo’s Eurovision Countdown 2018 – Latvia

'Funny Girl' sounds like one of those duff tracks from a rubbish musical with input from Richard Stilgoe. If you're a fan of Eastenders...
Bulgaria at Eurovision

Monty’s Eurovision Countdown Part 8 – BULGARIA

Bones by Equinox Every few years you get the feeling a country is going all out to win Eurovision. Some achieve it – Russia, Azerbaijan...

Mo’s Eurovision Countdown 2018 – Denmark

What is it with Danish Eurovision entries? They always sound solidly professional. Someone works overtime to get the very best from both singer and...

Monty’s Eurovision Countdown Part 40 – SWEDEN

Dance You Off by Benjamin Ingrosso Benjamin’s got these really lovely hairy forearms. No, wait, I’m not suddenly going all twinktastic, but I feel I...

Mo’s Eurovision Countdown 2018 – Azerbaijan

This is easily the weakest Eurovision song from oil-rich Azerbaijan - and a bit of a jolt after the faux art-pop of 2017. No...

Mo’s Eurovision Countdown 2018 – Greece

The requirements set down by broadcaster ERT were simple. This year, their Eurovision song had to be performed in and sound Greek. On both...

Monty’s Eurovision Countdown Part 23 – ITALY

Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente by Ermal Meta and Fabrizo Moro I’ve seldom been so pleased as to learn the Italian broadcaster RAI has finally...

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